Ouchterlony Test and Immunoelectrophoresis
In recent years, several laboratories have used immuno-diffusion tests for the diagnosis of anisakiasis. This involved the application of immunoelectrophoresis after preliminary examination by means of the Ouchterlony method, with precipitin bands classified electrophoretically.
KeywordsInflammatory Bowel Disease Ulcerative Colitis Cross Reaction Cross Reaction Study Precipitin Band
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